Garmin’s update to its premium fitness GPS watch makes it one of the smartest watch we’ve seen -- especially if you’re into the outdoors.
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As tech companies pack more and more sensors and features into smartwatches and fitness band, wearability sometimes goes out the window. But isn’t that the entire point?
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The Microsoft Band packs 10 different sensors into one amazing package, but loses sight of function somewhere along the way and ends up being an unwearable wearable.
A French company called Exotic Thermo Engineering has broken the 200-mph barrier with a rocket-powered bicycle. Using hydrogen peroxide as a fuel source, the bicycle reached its top speed after around 820 feet.
You work out, and you want people to know. As the sensors inside fitness trackers get smaller and smaller, we’ll never see them disappear completely, because projecting your commitment to fitness is an important part of why we love these gadgets.
Hexoskin’s Wearable Body Metrics shirt delivers instant, detailed feedback on every workout imaginable, from aerobics to yoga and weight training.
The i1 Biometrics Vector MouthGuard not only protects a football player’s teeth, it uses microscopic electronics to detect impacts to his skull. And the resulting data is fundamentally changing the way the game is played.
Timex announced its Ironman One GPS+ smartwatch earlier this year. Unusually, it doesn't need to be tethered to your phone to use a data connection. Designed for running fanatics, it's up for pre-order in November through AT&T for $400.
Jawbone's latest fitness trackers have landed – the $50 UP Move is aimed primarily at curious beginners keen to see what health-focused wearables are all about, while the $180 UP3 is going for serious fitness fanatics looking for in-depth data 24/7.
While other fitness bands are fighting to be the cheapest, Microsoft wants to conquer the top of the market with a band that has unique features, works with any platform, and yes, costs more.